Watch Portugal. The Man Perform "Feel It Still" With The PS22 Chorus June 23, 2017 11:34
Over the past few months, rock group Portugal. The Man has seen its latest single "Feel It Still" become the band's biggest hit to date. The super catchy dance tune has been already been covered by a wide variety of artists, including the Trey Anastasio Band. It only seems fitting that this eclectic group would ride this wave of momentum and collaborate with the PS22 chorus, a group of talented 5th graders from New York City’s Public School 22 in Graniteville, Staten Island. In recent years the chorus has performed with the likes of O.A.R., Stevie Nicks, Matisyahu and Michael Franti. See below to watch the recent performance of "Feel It Still."
Watch Portugal. The Man perform "Feel It Still" with the PS22 chorus here:
Suwannee Hulaween Reveals Another Massive Initial Lineup June 22, 2017 13:25
Watch the official aftermovie from Hulaween 2016 here:
Hard Working Americans Announce First Leg Of Fall Tour Dates June 22, 2017 10:04
Photo by Craig Baird: Home Team Photography
Hard Working Americans have announced the first leg of an upcoming fall tour. The band will hit the road to support a new live album entitled We’re All In This Together. The tour kicks off on September 21st in Houston with the first of two shows with Tedeschi Trucks Band. Following the TTB shows in Houston and Dallas, HWA will headline at the Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City on September 24. The tour will continue with stops Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Florida. Atlanta's Variety Playhouse will host what is sure to be a killer tour finale. Stay tuned for additional tour dates, and make sure to follow Hard Working Americans on Facebook for all of the latest updates.
Hard Working Americans Fall Tour Dates:
September 21 Houston, TX—Hobby Center
September 22 Dallas, TX—Music Hall at Fair Park
September 23 Austin, TX—ACL Live Moody Theater
September 24 Oklahoma City, OK—Tower Theatre
September 26 Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads Saloon
September 27 St. Louis, MO—Delmar Hall
September 28 Bloomington, IL—The Castle Theatre
September 29 Louisville, KY—Headliners Music Hall
September 30 Gatlinburg, TN—Sugarlands MountainFest
October 1 Raleigh, NC—Lincoln Theatre
October 4 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL—Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
October 5 Atlanta, GA—Variety Playhouse
Watch Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit's Performance On The Late Show June 21, 2017 19:45
Fresh off last week's new album release, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit made an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night. The new album, The Nashville Sound, features singer-songwriter Jason Isbell on guitar accompanied by his wife Amanda Shires (fiddle), Derry deBorja (keyboards), Sadler Vaden (guitar), Chad Gamble (drums), and Jimbo Hart (bass). The album features 10 brand new songs, including "Hope The High Road," which was performed on The Late Show and can be streamed below. For more information on the new album and all of the latest Isbell news, head over to his official Facebook page.
Watch Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit on The Late Show here:
13 Years Ago: Phish Performs Atop The Ed Sullivan Theater Marquee June 21, 2017 14:53
Today we are looking back on one of the most unique performances we can recall, which was also 13 years ago to the day. On June 21st (2004), Phish played on top of the Ed Sullivan Theater's second-floor marquee at West 53rd Street and Broadway. This performance came just four weeks after frontman Trey Anastasio had announced that the band would be breaking up permanently following the now infamous Coventry shows. The soundcheck earlier that day included an instrumental jam similar to "Quantegy." The first "Scents and Subtle Sounds" was taped for The Late Show with David Letterman and aired that night. Then Phish waited as Paul Shaffer and his band (from inside the theater) played an instrumental version of "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down." The remainder of Phish's performance was for the benefit of a few hundred fans assembled on the sidewalk across the street. Neither version of "Scents" contained the intro. This version of 2001 contained only one “verse.”
Setlist: Scents and Subtle Sounds, Scents and Subtle Sounds, Also Sprach Zarathustra, Wilson > Chalk Dust Torture > Tweezer > Tweezer Reprise
Watch pro-shot footage of the entire performance here:
Runaway Gin: A Tribute To Phish Announces Fall Tour Dates June 21, 2017 13:16
Saturday, August 19th - Georgia Theater - Athens, GA
Friday, August 25th - Salvage Station - Asheville, NC
Friday, September 15th - the Broadberry - Richmond, VA
Saturday. September 16th - the 8x10 - Baltimore, MD
6/17/2017 Martin's Downtown - Roanoke, VA
Set I: Tube, the Curtain (with), Stash*, Limb by Limb, Bathtub Gin > Maze, Free > Good Times Bad Times
Set II: Harry Hood -> Twist -> Roses are Free-> Twist > Mike's Song > Boogie On Reggae Woman**-> Weekapaug Groove^ -> Harry Hood
E: Cities -> Weekapaug Groove
*w/ "Boys of Summer" tease ^w/ "What's the Use" tease **w/ "Streets of Cairo" tease
6/16/2017 Shaka's Live - Virginia Beach, VA
Set 1: Llama* > the Wedge, the Curtain (with), Wolfman's Brother, You Enjoy Myself > NICU, Uncle Penn
Set 2: Runaway Jim -> Buried Alive -> Tweezer -> Runaway Jim -> Carini -> Tweezer -> Cities -> Ghost -> Lizards, Meatstick > Tweezer Reprise
*slow and funky
6/2/2017 Putnam Den - Saratoga Springs, NY
Set I: Possum, Moma Dance, You Enjoy Myself > First Tube, Stash, Reba, Good Times Bad Times
Set II: Wolfman's Brother -> Twist -> Maze, Sanity > Carini -> Wolfman's Brother -> Roses are Free -> Tweezer > Twist -> Wolfmans Brother -> Twist > Tweezer Reprise
*w/ Scott from Mister F on synth
5/28/2017 Memorial Day Sunday Phunday - Charleston Pour House - Charleston, SC
Set I: Free, the Curtain (with)*, Hunger Strike*, You Enjoy Myself > Sanity > Boogie On Reggae Woman -> Meatstick -> First Tube
E: Reba, Punch You in the Eye > Good Times Bad Times
*RG debut ^w/ "Black Hole Sun" teases **dedicated to Avital
4/1/2017 April Phool's Day - Lincoln Theater - Raleigh, NC
Set I: Cars Trucks Buses, Horn > Ya Mar, the Wedge > Fuego -> Roses are Free -> You Enjoy Myself* > Contact
Set II: Meat -> Crosseyed and Painless -> Twist, Harpua -> Roadhouse Blues -> Harpua > Ha Ha Ha^, Carini -> Good Times Bad Times, Golgi Apparatus
E: War Pigs -> Sanity -> Slave to the Traffic Light^^
*w/ "Tropical Hot Dog Night" quotes in vocal jam ^RG debut ^^w/ "Harpua" teases
NOTE: All songs in set I reference cars and driving. In Harpua narrative little Jimmy grows up to become Jim Morrison and he brings Poster Nutbag to his show at the Hollywood Bowl. After the show Poster licks Jim's tongue and begins to hallucinate and ultimately jumps off the roof of the Hollywood Bowl thinking he can fly home in the rainstorm and dies.
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Fall Equinox Festival Will Feature BBQ, Blues, Americana, & Much More June 21, 2017 08:14
The Druids Charity Club is pleased to announce their 1st annual Fall Equinox Festival, a charity event benefitting Hogs for the Cause and their quest to support families struggling with the effects of pediatric brain cancer. The 2017 Fall Equinox Festival will be held in Montgomery’s Union Station Train Shed on Saturday, September 23rd, the day after the Autumnal Equinox. Noteworthy for being the time of year when the day and night are equal in length, this is a time for balance and reflection before the night slowly overtakes the day in the winter months. For ages, this has been a period of celebration of the harvest and giving thanks. To mark this special time, the Druids Charity Club BBQ team has joined forces with Moe’s Original BBQ to put on a festive experience in downtown Montgomery running from the early afternoon into the evening.
To honor the harvest, Druids and Moe’s will be smoking delicious BBQ for the event’s patrons, creating both Alabama and Central Texas BBQ styles. Additional local BBQ vendors will be added to the program shortly, please stay tuned for further announcements.
To punctuate the celebratory nature of the occasion, a music component consisting of three bands will be rocking the shed. This year will feature Blues & Americana style music. The headliner will be the nationally touring Band of Heathens, fresh off their 5th studio album, Duende. Big A & the Allstars out of Clarksdale, MS will provide a foot stomping set of electric blues; while the Montgomery rooted Family Reunion Trio will round out the bill. Please read below for band bio information.
Druids strives to create an atmosphere which is appealing to the entire family. As such, a Kids Zone will be provided in addition to a college football viewing station.
Hogs for the Cause
Hogs for the Cause (“Hogs”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focused on helping families which have been affected by pediatric brain cancer. Many families in this situation find themselves facing overwhelming costs associated with their child’s medical treatment. In order to offset these hardships, Hogs provides monetary grants to families in need. Hogs is committed to maximizing the impact of every dollar to support these families. Currently, Hogs has distributed over $1.8 million via grants to families in need as well as donations to other related charities. Additionally, Hogs has committed another $1.6M towards Children’s Hospital of New Orleans to construct an on-campus housing facility so that regional families can remain with their sick children in a comfortable environment. This facility should open later this year. The Hogs fundraising cycle is capped by their annual BBQ and music festival held every spring in New Orleans. The Druids Charity Club has enjoyed a robust partnership with Hogs over the last three years, and we ask that you join our efforts now to lessen the burden on these families. While Hogs is based in New Orleans, every dollar raised at this event will benefit a local River Region family in need.
Collaboration in Service
Druids Charity Club is itself a 501(c)(3) (designation pending) non-profit organization consisting of a coalition of like-minded mid-30’s folks who were raised in Montgomery, along with their friends and loved ones. While a sense of duty regarding the need to better give back to the community we love had been simmering for some time, that sentiment was galvanized with a renewed sense of purpose when our good friend Wyatt Smith became sick with cancer. Wyatt isn’t with us in this world anymore, but his spirit lives on every time we enjoy some of the things that truly made him happiest: music, good eating, and doing right by others.
While we have had several private fundraising events in the past few years, we are especially excited to be putting on our first event in our hometown. It is with pleasure that we acknowledge the support we have received from Live and Listen in planning this event. We are equally excited over the upcoming collaboration between our BBQ team and the professionals at Moe’s Original BBQ, as well as the (pending) additional vendors. Can’t wait to see y’all in the shed!]
Learn More About The Lineup
The Band of Heathens
Watch Band of Heathens' music video for "Deep Is Love" here:
Big A & The Allstars
Hailing from the heart of the Mississippi Delta, many consider early 30-something Anthony “Big A” Sherrod to be the future of the “Clarksdale sound.” Big A picked up his first guitar at the age of 6 and hasn’t put it down since. Learning to play from local blues player, instructor, and mentor Johnnie Billington, Big A continues to act as an ambassador to the next generation of Delta blues musicians. Not unlike the confluence of the Mississippi and Yazoo Rivers, his style incorporates many of the influences that collectively bubbled out of this great hotbed of American music. When Big A isn’t playing at the world renowned Red’s Lounge in Clarksdale, he can be found dazzling crowds at blues festivals throughout the country. Playing for you today as an electric blues trio, please welcome Big A & the Allstars.
Watch Big A performing at Briggs Farm in 2014 here:
Family Reunion Trio
Featuring William Barnes, Dave P. Moore, & John Mark Turner
Representing Montgomery’s own rich musical heritage we have William Barnes, Dave P. Moore, & John Mark Turner. These three have been family and colleagues since the early 90’s, but catching them all on the same stage at the same time is a rare and celebratory event these days. Barnes has been a staple on the southern music seen since 1992, leading his own groups like Far South Movement and collaborating with a diverse range of artists from Col Bruce Hampton to Snarky Puppy. Our audience will perhaps best know Moore and Turner from their collaborations together over the years within Blues Old Stand, a band which has achieved near mythical status dating back to its origins over 30 years ago. Together as a trio, these musicians will be serving up a set of gritty homestyle roots music spanning blues, country, Gospel, jazz and all points in between. If the sound of an honest tune being delivered by raw heartfelt vocals, crying guitars, and lonesome back-woods harmonica does it for ya, then you don’t want to miss this special hometown reunion show. These three “put it down where the goats can get it.”
For more information on Hogs for the Cause, please visit: www.hogsforthecause.org
For event sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
John Sullivan: 334-717-0107 (Cell)
Email: Click Here
Panic En La Playa Returns To Riviera Maya On January 26th-30th (2018) June 20, 2017 15:33
Celebrating 48 Years Of The Grateful Dead's 'Aoxomoxoa' June 20, 2017 10:24
The Grateful Dead began their career as the Warlocks, a group formed in early 1965 from the remnants of a Palo Alto, California jug band called Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions. The band's first show was at Magoo's Pizza located at 639 Santa Cruz Avenue in suburban Menlo Park, California, on May 5, 1965. Coincidentally, Velvet Underground was also performing under that name on the East Coast. After literally opening a dictionary and falling on 'Grateful Dead', the band would perform under its permanent name for the first time in San Jose, CA on December 4th, 1965 at one of Ken Kesey's 'Acid Tests'.
After signing with Warner Brothers Records, the band hit the studio hard over the next few years; releasing their debut self-titled album in 1967 and Anthem Of The in 1968. Just two months before the inaugural Woodstock in 1969, the Dead released its third studio album Aoxomoxoa. One of the first rock albums to be recorded using 16-track technology, fans and critics alike consider this era to be the band's experimental apex. This was the second studio album to feature second drummer Mickey Hart, who joined the band in 1967. The title is a meaningless palindrome created by cover artist Rick Griffin and lyricist Robert Hunter and is usually pronounced "ox-oh-mox-oh-ah."
When looking at Grateful Dead history, quite a few are connected with Aoxomoxoa. It is the first album the band recorded entirely in or near their original hometown of San Francisco. It is the only studio release to include pianist Tom Constanten as an official member. It was also the first to have lyricist Robert Hunter as a full-time contributor to the band, which cemented the Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter songwriting partnership that endured for the rest of the band's existence. It was also the first time the band would emphasize acoustic songs (such as "Mountains of the Moon" and "Dupree's Diamond Blues"), which would become the focus of the next two studio albums.
Some of the songs on Aoxomoxoa were played live briefly and then dropped. Only "China Cat Sunflower" became a set staple through the band's career, though "St. Stephen" was played until 1971, revived in 1976 and 1977 and played a handful of times after that. Likewise, "Cosmic Charlie" was played a few times again in 1976.
1. St Stephen
2. Dupree's Diamond Blues
4. Doin' That Rag
5. Mountains on the Moon
6. China Cat Sunflower
7. What's Become of the Baby
8. Cosmic Charlie
Listen to Aoxomoxoa in its entirety here:
Hall & Oates Announce Tuscaloosa Show With St. Paul & The Broken Bones June 19, 2017 19:13
Legendary American duo Daryl Hall and John Oates, more commonly known as Hall and Oates, will return to the state of Alabama on Tuesday, September 26th. Earlier today, the duo announced a show at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater with special guests St. Paul & The Broken Bones. Tickets go on sale at the Amp Box Office and online via Ticketmaster at 10am this Friday.
Hall and Oates have sold an estimated 40 million records throughout their career, making them the third best-selling music duo of all time. Hall and Oates are best known for their six No. 1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100: "Rich Girl", "Kiss on My List", "Private Eyes", "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)", "Maneater", and "Out of Touch", as well as many other songs which charted in the Top 40.
St. Paul and The Broken Bones is a six-piece soul band based in Birmingham, Alabama, United States that formed in 2012. The band is composed of Paul Janeway (vocals), Browan Lollar (guitar), Jesse Phillips (bass), Andrew Lee (drums), Al Gamble (keys), and Allen Branstetter (trumpet). The band tours with both trombone and baritone saxophone as well. They have released two albums and two EPs while touring internationally.
Watch Hall & Oates perform "She's Gone" in 1976 here:
Watch the original music video for Hall & Oates' "I Can't Go For That" here:
Watch St. Paul & The Broken Bones' NPR Tiny Desk Concert here:
Feel Good Fridays: Tank & The Bangas' Tiny Desk Concert June 16, 2017 11:46
It's been a hot minute since we've installed a new weekly feature, and what better time do so then Friday afternoon, when we're all inching towards the weekend. So without further ado, today we're introducing a concept simply known as "Feel Good Fridays," which will highlight a different band/artist each week whose music simply brightens your day. We all have those go to tracks that are so good they make you laugh. That's what we're going for. We want to share material from different genres that strikes that nostalgic chord and helps you kick off the weekend on the highest of notes. And with that being said, let's talk about Tank & The Bangas from New Orleans, LA.
Back in late February, Tank & The Bangas won this year's NPR Tiny Desk Contest, one which received well over 6,000 submissions. The panel of 10 judges even included the likes of Trey Anastasio (Phish). In the third year of this contest, NPR received its most submissions this year, multiples from every state. As a result of the band's big win, they were brought into NPR Studios in Washington D.C. for a studio performance, as well as a national tour with Lagunitas Brewing Company.
This New Orleans-based funk/soul group brings an element that we've never seen from any other band. Tarriona “Tank” Ball, who first gained attention as a slam poet, leads the group on some truly unique lead vocals, which vary from R&B, hip hop, and spoken word; all combined over a live band. At times, you'll feel like you might be watching a scene from a broadway musical, or at least we did. This group has continued to make big moves over the last four months, and we can't wait to see what the future holds. See below for Tank & The Bangas' NPR Tiny Desk performance, as well as their original audition video. Feel free to send future submissions for Feel Good Friday's by clicking here.
Watch Tank & The Bangas' NPR Tiny Desk performance here:
Watch Tank & The Bangas' NPR Tiny Desk audition here:
Watch BIG Something Jam With Jake Cinninger At Mountain Music Festival June 15, 2017 14:37
Summer festival season is clearly upon us; a time which brings together many of the most dynamic groups from across the musical spectrum. With the countless festivals across the country always comes many of the most memorable on-stage collaborations for both the fans and bands alike. Earlier this month, Mountain Music Festival was held in New River Gorge, West Virginia, with a lineup which included the likes of Umphrey's McGee, The Revivalists, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, Twiddle, and one of our absolute favorite young bands, BIG Something.
The North Carolina-based six-piece had the opportunity to invite Umphrey's McGee lead guitarist Jake Cinninger to the stage for an extra fiery take on "The Flood," a tune from the band's latest album Tumbleweed. Check out the full performance below, and make sure to check out BIG Something via Facebook, Instagram, and their official website.
Watch BIG Something perform "The Flood" with Jake Cinninger here:
The 3rd Annual 'Jam In The Ham' Returns To Birmingham On June 24th June 15, 2017 12:42
Fans of the southern jam scene are in for a real treat next weekend, as the 3rd Annual 'Jam In The Ham' returns to Birmingham's ZYDECO on Saturday, June 24th. While the ever evolving Birmingham music scene has attracted many major national acts this summer, Jam In The Ham prides itself on featuring a lineup stacked with premier regional talent. Local favorites Little Raine Band and Winston Ramble sit atop of the lineup, which also features dynamic performances from Dirty Girl, Soul Mechanic, Space Phunk Express, and LilBigJack.
Live & Listen is a proud supporter of Jam In The Ham, and as a part of this year's promotion, we are giving away a few pairs of tickets to the event. In order to enter the contest, you must 'like' Jam In The Ham on Facebook (click here), share this post on our Facebook page (click here), and tag a friend on in the comments on our Facebook page. Make sure your Facebook settings are set to public, so we can see your share on our end. We will announce the winners at 3:00 PM on Friday, June 23rd.
In addition to the ticket giveaway, our friends at Avondale Guitar & Music are giving away a Les Paul electric guitar autographed by all artists playing at Jam in the Ham 2017 to one lucky pre sale ticket buyer (click here to purchase). The more tickets you buy, the better your chances to win. A winner will be announced Saturday, June 24th on the Jam in the Ham Facebook event page. The giveaway is presented by Avondale Guitar and Music. Their grand opening is Monday, June 19th. Check out their great inventory of guitars, amps, pedals, and make sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram!
Beck Hall of Avondale Guitar & Music
Jam in the Ham is a one-day celebration of local entertainment taking place annually at Zydeco in Birmingham, AL on Saturday June 24th. For more info on the event and to purchase tickets, click here. See below to view the event schedule and learn more about this year's lineup!
Watch Little Raine Band perfom "Terrapin Station" at last year's Jam In The Ham here:
Watch Winston Ramble perform "Miss You" at WorkPlay with special guests Davis Little & Daniel Raine here:
Listen to Soul Mechanic's recent single "Space Kitty" here:
Watch Dirty Girl perform "Worlds Closing In" (Tiny Desk Submission) here:
Listen to Space Phunk Express jam on "Shakedown Street" here:
Relix Premiers SUSTO's New Music Video "Jah Werx" June 15, 2017 10:18
Photo by Melissa Toms
July 7—Asheville, NC—RiverMusic Festival
July 9—Memphis, TN—The Levitt Shell
August 3-4—Happy Valley, OR—Pickathon Music Festival
September 30—Roseland, VA—Devil’s Backbone Hoopla
Bob Weir Will Lead An All-Star Cast For Jerry Garcia's 75th Birthday June 12, 2017 12:50
Join the Jerry Garcia Family in celebration of Jerry’s 75th birthday on Friday, August 4th at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO! The celebration will be led by Bob Weir & The Campfire Band and also features the Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Band, an all-star band featuring original Jerry Garcia Band members Melvin Seals, Jackie LaBranch, and Gloria Jones plus Oteil Burbridge, Kamasi Washington, Tom Hamilton and Duane Trucks.
Tickets to the Jerry Garcia 75th Birthday Concert will be available via a special fan pre-sale beginning on Wednesday, June 14th at 10am MT via Jerry Garcia Fan Ticketing. Public on-sale begins Friday, June 16th at 10am MT via AXS.com.
Stay tuned for additional line-up announcements & special guests!
Interstellar Boys Hit Birmingham's WorkPlay On July 29th June 06, 2017 13:33
COLLABORATION OF VETERAN MUSICIANS BRING DECADES OF EXPERIENCE TO NEW BAND HITTING THE ROAD IN SUMMER 2017
Todd Nance – Drums, Vocals Sam Holt – Guitar, Vocals
Daniel Hutchens - Vocals, Guitar John Neff – Pedal Steel
Jerry Joseph - Vocals, Guitar Jon Mills - Bass
The Interstellar Boys are first and foremost borne from a collection of friendships. Musical friendships that date back as far as 30 years. Todd Nance, Daniel Hutchens, Jerry Joseph, Sam Holt, John Neff and Jon Mills have shared stages and songs over the years and now form a new band that draws on those decades of collaboration. Todd Nance brings undeniable experience and depth to the band as a founding member/drummer/songwriter of Widespread Panic. Daniel Hutchens has been a driving force with the band Bloodkin for 29 years (and counting) and is widely recognized as one of the South’s great modern day songwriters. Jerry Joseph and his various bands have been recording and touring on a national/international scale since the 80’s. Jerry’s expertise as a musician/songwriter is as unquestionable as his passion for sharing the power of music. He has recently toured and taught music in such far-flung places as Afghanistan, Ghana and is soon to perform in Iraq. Sam Holt brings a reverence and intensity to playing the guitar that energizes the faithful fans of this community in a way that is second to none. John Neff (formerly of Drive-By Truckers) is the secret weapon that adds depth and soul via the pedal steel. And Mr. Jon Mills (professor emeritus of bass in the Athens, GA music scene) is the glue that keeps the whole thing tastefully held together.
Fans and industry veterans alike will find this band a compelling draw for its maiden voyage this summer season as evidenced by comments from Raleigh, NC based talent buyer Chris Malarkey (Lincoln Theatre): “When I was first approached about the possibility of bringing this lineup to town I thought ‘man, this is too good to be true’. The thought of some of the most talented musicians to ever to walk through the doors of my venues joining forces not just for a show, but for a new band, seemed farfetched at best. But, somehow, someway the stars aligned, schedules were cleared and plans were made. The Interstellar Boys are real. What I can only describe as a dream band is booked.”
This accomplished group of musicians and songwriters look to explore new terrain touring together this summer….and have their eyes on the horizon to create new material, get into the studio and keep pushing boundaries as they have always done. Amongst the upcoming summer tour dates is a stop at Birmingham's WorkPlay on Saturday, July 29th. The event is hosted by C4 Productions, and further information is linked below.
For more information on the INTERSTELLAR BOYS, visit the band's official website.
2017 SUMMER TOUR
ISIS Music Hall
Home Team BBQ (Downtown)
The Revelry Room
*More Dates TBA
Turkuaz Announces Fall West Coast Tour Dates June 06, 2017 13:18
Tedeschi Trucks Band Returns To Birmingham On September 15th June 05, 2017 16:21
Tedeschi Trucks Band is returning to the Alabama Theatre in Birmingham on September 15th. TTB's pre-sale begins tomorrow, Tuesday June 6 at 10am CT with no code/password needed. Tickets are available to the public starting on Friday, June 9 at 10am CT. The Tedeschi Trucks Band is an American blues rock group based in Jacksonville, Florida. Formed in 2010, the band is led by married couple Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi. Their debut album, Revelator (2011), won the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Blues Album. The band has released three studio and two live albums.
Watch Tedeschi Trucks Band perform "Keep On Growing" at The Fox Oakland here:
SliceFest Will Feature GRiZ, Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, + More June 01, 2017 16:12
SliceFest, presented by Birmingham Budweiser, brings rock, funk, soul and jazz from all over the South to the stage for the sixth annual festival on Saturday, June 3. The crowd will be jamming to sets of futuristic funk by electronic producer GRiZ, American Funk and jazz saxophonist, flutist and vocalist Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and electronic elements of soul, dubstep, hiphop, and blues from Manic Focus. Other artists include Banditos, Ripe, Early James and more!
“SliceFest represents the wonderful communities of Birmingham. We strive to emphasize the substance of our city while bringing in various layers of the local culture,” stated Jason Bajalieh, Bro-Founder of Slice Pizza & Brewhouse. “The musical lineup reaches across generations and genres to give entertainment for all preferences.” Previous artists that have appeared at SliceFest include: The Revivalists, Galactic, The Meters, Dumpstaphunk, JJ Grey and Mofro and North Mississippi Allstars with Anders Osborn. Click here to purchase your tickets in advance.
Watch the GRiZ's official music video for "Hard Times" here:
Watch a full set from Karl Denson's Tiny Universe here:
SliceFest 2017 Music Lineup (in no particular order):
• Manic Focus
• Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
• Early James Local Stage
• Tragic City
• Jon Poor Band
• The Talismen
• Raquel Lily
• Bailey Ingle
Birmingham Burger Fest Will Feature Winston Ramble & Friends + More June 01, 2017 13:28
The ALS Association Alabama Chapter Junior Board invites you to the inaugural Birmingham Burger Fest benefiting the ALS Association Alabama Chapter! The Burger Fest is scheduled for Saturday, July 29th at Avondale Brewery and will feature Birmingham's best burgers - battling it out to be named top burger in Birmingham for 2017 along with live music from Winston Ramble & Friends and JD and the Man, family friendly activities, raffles, craft beer, and more. We need your help in the fight against ALS. Stay tuned to Live & Listen's social outlets for future updates and further details on this event!
Bio: Winston Ramble
Based in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Winston Ramble is a homegrown, folk-rock band. With members originally hailing from the free state of Winston County, AL, the band aims to interject the raw expression of rock-n-roll into the feel-good vibes of folk and bluegrass music.
Bio: JD & The Man
JD & the Man are an acoustic duo created to try to bend (not break) the mold of typical acoustic groups. With an eclectic blend of songs from all genres of music and the use of guitar looping, guitar synthesizers and vocal effects, they are able to bring something a little different to the table. Their influences range from all types of music: rock, reggae, folk, soul, R&B, Hip Hop…the list goes on!
Watch Winston Ramble performing at CukoRakko Music & Arts Festival here:
Watch Winston Ramble performing "Miss You" at WorkPlay Theatre here:
Sigh In July Music & Arts Festival Announces Full Lineup May 31, 2017 11:23
Early bird 2-day passes are available for only $10 until June 1st when prices increase.
WHFY currently provides FREE earplugs in the following cities:
Athens, GA – Atlanta, GA - Nashville, TN – Denver, CO – Boulder, CO – Austin, TX
Webcast Announced For Trey Anastasio Band + Vulpeck At Red Rocks May 25, 2017 15:12
Candler Park Music & Food Festival Releases Daily Schedule May 23, 2017 12:20
Photo by Keith Griner: Phierce Photo
Candler Park Music & Food Festival recently announced arguably its most exciting lineup to date, which will feature Joe Russo's Almost Dead, Railroad Earth, The Motet, Matisyahu, Lake Street Dive, The Marcus King Band, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Ripe, Webster, and Chelsea Shag on June 2nd-3rd. Yesterday, the festival revealed it's official daily lineup, which is headlined by Railroad Earth on Friday and Joe Russo's Almost Dead on Saturday. In addition to the music, Candler Park will feature an array of food options including 20+ food trucks, a local artist market and the running of a 5K. General admission tickets cost $25 and can be purchased today via the festival’s website. VIP tickets can also be purchased for $80 by clicking here. Stay tuned for future updates on what is sure to be an amazing weekend of music in Atlanta!
Watch highlights from the 2016 Candler Park Fest here:
Roosevelt Collier To Play Atlanta's Aisle 5 With AJ Ghent & Displace May 16, 2017 15:55
Atlanta jam fans are in for a special treat this Saturday night, as the Roosevelt Collier Trio is set to play Atlanta's Aisle 5. Local sacred steel guitarist AJ Ghent and Florida-based jam natives Displace will also be on hand for what is sure to be a big night in Little 5 Points. Known for his soul-shaking live performances, Roosevelt will perform with his trio which also fetures Mark Raudendurg (Donna The Buffalo) and Matt Lapham. This event is presented by Don't Fret Entertainment and Aisle 5. Tickets can be purchased in advance by clicking here.
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